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October 30, 1969

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PTA to ,e Carnr :. Ann~al earni,val of the Hule,tt ,.~A will ..be held Oct. 31 in the at,left high school gymnasium Ratting at 7 p.m. ~uring the evening, a srade ~h0ol and a hish school queen Will ,be crowned. 'l~he Hulett l~P)k said there will be festivi- lien, ~(m.d ,and i,un :for all. ~T. CALVARY LUTHERAN Richard Schroeder, Vacancy Pastor (l~fe;ctive Nov. 2). SU~,und,ay services 11:15 a.m. ndance School - 10 a.m. ,hle0ortfirmation instructions sdays, 4 p.m. ~unty Girl's Husband rves in Philippines q Ca~l~t. Jackson 'D. Brown, Daly its,, Calif., an Air Force navi- ~o~:, is ~ow stationeed at, Clark Air Base in the Philippines. ~ne is married to ~the former nnie J. ~aLthews. ,r~ro~vn is assigned to the 29th ~t~eal Airlift Sq., a unit o~ the .. ific ,A~r Forces. He was pre- ~oU~ly ,assi,~ne.d a,t iMa~ch A~FB, eli2. ,and ~has al.so served in Viet- ~ra. ~ARD OF THANKS I wish ,to thank my friends ~rd neigh,bors ~or .the cards, ,let. W_s, eelephone calls and flowers ~hile I was in :hospRals at Spear- ~sa and Rapid CRy. They were ~Prociated. Alex Smith OF THANKS you ~or the ,cards and e~pressions of sym~pathy ex- ed ~us during the illness and ~f our loved one. Cal,vin and ,D~ra Hay, ward ~ARD OF THANKS I Wish ~to express my thanks to ~rCh one for ,the ,care, cards, let- s and ~flowers while I was a l~ttient in t'he hospital. John C. Wood Sen. Cliff Hanson (R-Wyo.) hosted a meeting in his Wash- ington office Oct. 15 with of- ficials of the U. S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Labor. Department and the Forest Service. Oiscussed at the meeting were st0te plans for utilizing deacti- vated Su,ncla,nce Air Force Sta- tion. Agencies involved agreed to cooperate on the study of the feasa~bility of esta;blishing an hl- disn training center at the form- er Air Force site. Seated, left to right, are Louis R. Bruce, commissioner of BIA; THE FBI CAMERON DAVID BISHOP Cameron David Bishop, a violence-minded college revolutionary who is charged with the sal)otage of war utilities In lhe dynamiting of Col,)rado I~)wer transmission towers, is on tim FBI's list of "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives." Between January 2() and 28, :19(;9, he allegedly was responslhle for dynnmlttng four transmission line towers in Colorado SUl)plying I~nver to defense plants. Wreckage from one blast damaged property nearly a mile away a~td dozens of squarre miles near Golden, Colorado, were partially blacked out. A Federal warrant issu(~l at Denver, Coh,rado, on February 14, 1969, charges Bishop with the destruction of war utilities. Bishop, who is reputedly an active member of the Students for a Democratic Society, a loudly militant "New Left" group ol,I~)sed to U.S. involvement in Vietnam and existing government IX)licles, has rep(,rtedly w)iced a desire to live in Cuba. Ile is known to associates as a revolutionist or anarchist who be- lieves in violence to secure social reforms and was given a discharge from the Army for unsuitability after being h)cated, willie a deserter, as a mental patient in a hospital, tie reportedly has a violent temper, has reputedly braggc~l of using (Irugs, including LSi), and was (~)n- rioted of assault and battery in Colorado in 1965. lie has allegedly stated his willingness to kill a I~)lh~ officer and has rel)ortedly pos- sessed hand guns, including a .357 nmgnum, in addition to rifles and dynamite. k white kmerleau, hera at, l'ueblo, Colorado, on November 7, 1942, he is 5'8" to 5'9" tall, weighs 155 tu 165 pounds, has brown eyes, dark brown hair, a s~o(,ky buih! ~lud a nle(iiunl COmlflexlon. lie has worn a beard, h)ng Imir and h)ng sideburns in the past. A tatt(m of a skunk hohling a mirror appears on his right forearm. IIe has worked as an assistant ere(lit manager, auto parts mallager, coffee house el,era,or, laborer, ]nine worker and truck driver. Consider Bishop armt~l and extremely dangerous. Shoul(l you receive any Information concerning the whereabouts of Cameron ])avid Bishop, yotl are requested to immediately notify the nearest office of the FBI, the telephone number of which may be found on the first page of local teleplmne directories. Harry Roberts, State Superin- ;be ndenlt of Public Instruction; Sen. Ha~nsen; Jim Townsend and Joseph Lulianelle, Labor Depart- ment. Left to right standing are Jack Couls~n, Joe Gauthier and Sher- win Broadhead, BIA; G. W. Van- Gilst, Forest Service; and Joe LaSalle, BIA. COW POKES By Ace Reid "Come on in, Maw! Here's a sale on chain saws I want you +o +ry one fer size." Make your move now - from pay-by-cash to pay-by-check. Open a checking account now at Sundance State Bank. Check these checking account assets: You can pay (mail) those month- ly bills by check; Each check is a recepit posi- tive; You avoid losing cash; Simplified book- keeping; Daily balance budgets you; Dignifies all money transactions; Saves time and money.